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Friday February 1, 2013

On Friday's podcast, David Manning is Alberta's new envoy to Washington, Jim Buckingham of Banff is collecting hockey sticks to send to India, and Don Campbell author of The Little Book of Real Estate Investing in Canada takes calls from listeners.

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Alberta at Noon A@N for Tuesday, December 23, 2014 Dec 23, 2014 | 44:46Navneet Khinda, chair of the Council of Alberta University Students, on tuition hikes; Tina Faiz shares some recipes that use salted caramel; Gail Bell and Julie Freedman-Smith from Parenting Power speak with listeners about favourite holiday traditions.
Alberta at Noon - Friday September 5, 2014Sep 5, 2014 | 47:45Alberta at Noon Friday September 5, 2014 Audio
Alberta at Noon Friday September 5, 2014 Sep 5, 2014 | 47:45The PC leadership vote is this weekend, we talk to political scientist Duane Bratt, food columnist Karen Anderson is back from Spain, and gardener Janet Melrose takes calls from our listeners.
Alberta at Noon - Holiday book recommendationsDec 3, 2014 | 22:15Alberta at Noon Holiday book recommendations Audio
Alberta at Noon Holiday book recommendations Dec 3, 2014 | 22:15Mike Hare, owner of Owl's Nest Books, joins us to recommend some great books for the holiday season.
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Alberta at Noon Thursday November 01, 2012 Nov 1, 2012 | 52:39Alberta grandmothers, like Dariel Bateman, are uniting with others across the country to support Bill c-398 to get more generic drugs to people with HIV AIDS in Africa. Diana Gibson, author a Parkland Institute report called Fairness and Justice for all, looks at the growing disparity between the wealthy and poor in Alberta. Food columnist Mary Bailey looks ahead to a barbecue competition at Northlands in Edmonton. Judith Sykes and Linda Davis, two long time educators and organizers of the Kaleidoscope Conference, take calls on the importance of teacher librarians.
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